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Home Buying Tips

Understanding Terms of Investment

This is important as you need to hold on for at least 1 to 3 Years for a decent capital appreciation. If you sell your property within 3 years, you are in for a short term capital gains, which is at par with the Income Tax rules of nearly 30 to 35% as applicable. It is better to stay invested for 3 years and then plan the next investments with Capital Gains etc.
 

Take advantage of Pre-Launch offers

Investing in property means also an entry load by paying stamp duty and registration fees and other incidental charges to the Builder. It is always wise to invest as soon as the project is launched as this gives you enough time for appreciation as the builder usually hikes the prices of the property every few months in the first year.
 

Do your own Research

It is imperative to know your Builder and the project as at the time of your exit the builder has to be extremely co-operative, the first question to ask when you are buying an Under Construction Project is - If I sell what happens? When can I Sell? Will you charge me some transfer fees? How the paper work will be done between the Seller, Builder and the Buyer?
 

Invest Wisely

It is imperative that you invest after researching on various accounts. You must look at the Project, Infrastructure available within and outside the Project, selling prospects, leasing prospects, neighbourhood development, distances to schools, markets, malls, hospitals, highways, airports, railway stations etc.
 

Tips For NRIs

Make sure you are carrying most of the relevant papers with you. Always have an NRE and an NRO account in India. If you are looking to invest in Mumbai, then make sure you have an account in Mumbai for easiness. Review your NRI allowances provided in the Government of India Budget.